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May 10, 2019

3D Wrist bones in motion!

New fast MRI and CT scanning techniques allow researchers to study live wrist bones in motion for the first time. This National Science Foundation-funded work at UC Davis could potentially help people suffering from wrist pain and disorders like osteoarthritis and carpal-tunnel syndrome.

Credit: NSF/UC Davis

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